Galerie du Perron, 1961. Max Bill was a Swiss architect, painter, typographer, industrial designer, engineer, sculptor, educator, and graphic designer who attended the Bauhaus. He was the single most decisive influence on Swiss graphic design or the International Typographic Style, beginning in the 1950s with his theoretical writing and progressive work. He said, "It is possible to develop an art largely on the basis of mathematical thinking."
Stapled in a screenprinted silver cardboard cover, the zine (titled 'Automatically Arranged Alphabets') contains a Experimental Jetset - typographic experiment involving software-generated compositions (part of a series of sketches made between 2014–2015).